Future and the Past on the Floor

Rob Moxley Returns to College Park It was interesting for followers of the Maryland Terrapins Basketball family to see the former lead recruiter and top assistant Rob Moxley back on the Comcast Center floor. Rob Moxley came to Maryland a few years ago from Charlotte (University of Charlotte 49ers) to help re-build the Terps basketball […]

Pluses and Minuses in Terps Basketball

No Bigs Gives us Postseason Hope For the first time I can remember, the Maryland Terrapins do not have a “Big”. A tall guy, a center, a man in the middle. Somehow, someway we managed to not have the middle covered. There have been many who have questioned the recruiting prowess of Gary Williams, now […]

Maryland Wins Humanitarian Bowl Part II

Defense is still an issue For those who don’t know, the head defensive coach (the defensive coordinator or DC for short) left the Maryland football program a few weeks ago. Chris Cosh, a bit of a vagabond, is now the associate head coach – defense at Kansas State University. Some say he left the big […]

How did ‘The North Face’ become the Nike of Jackets?

Everyone has a North Face brand jacket How and when did this happen? Have you noticed? Everywhere I go, I see folks in new The North Face (TNF for short) outerwear. When did the North Face take over the jacket, coat and parka world? According to their website, the company is just over 40 years […]

Maryland Wins Humanitarian Bowl

Terps finally put on an offensive show in 2008. Maryland has been a team of offensive ineptitude in 2008. The new offense, allegedly put together by Offensive Coordinator James Franklin, but reeking of the overly conservative play calling of head coach Ralph Freidgen, has been slow to score points. It has been said that Ralph […]